Rosé All Day
The Essential Guide to Your New Favorite Wine
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- Publication Date: April 11, 2017
- Imprint: Abrams Image
- ISBN: 9781683350217
- Page Count: 288
- Illustrations: 100 full-color illustrations and photos
- Rights: World/All
In Rosé All Day, wine writer Katherine Cole takes us on an entertaining survey of the history of the wine, moving from the goblets of King Louis XIV to the vineyards of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Cole explains in detail how rosé is created and then tells us where to find the good stuff.
The book invites readers to journey from the sunny vineyards of southern France to the idyllic hillsides of Italy and beyond. Organized by region, each chapter includes an overview of the general characteristics of the area’s wine, profiles of exciting producers, and tasting notes, along with specific recommendations for wines to taste. With atmospheric regional descriptions, savvy advice on wines to buy, creative food pairing suggestions, and pretty-in-pink illustrations, Rosé All Day is a colorful, spirited, essential resource that is sure to quench any wine lover’s thirst.
About the author
Katherine Cole is the host and executive producer of The Four Top, a James Beard-award-winning national food and beverage podcast presented by Oregon Public Broadcasting and streamed on NPR One. Katherine was the wine columnist for The Oregonian newspaper for thirteen years. She is featured in the acclaimed documentary American Wine Story, was named to the “Imbibe 75” list of “the people, places and flavors that will help shape the way we all drink," and has contributed to national and international food and wine publications. A graduate of Harvard College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, Katherine has taught journalism courses at Portland State University and studied with the International Sommelier Guild. She is author of How to Fake Your Way through a Wine List, Complete Wine Selector, and Voodoo Vintners and lives with her two daughters and dog in Portland, Oregon.